MILAN NEWS

Alessandro Calori says Clarence Seedorf needs time at Milan, but warns that Pep Guardiola’s example has ‘clouded the minds of many directors’.
Billy Costacurta says that Milan took a ‘step back’ in their style of play against Lazio, but acknowledges it was important not to lose.
Former Inter boss Roberto Mancini says he cannot rule out the possibility of one day coaching Milan, but says life at Galatasaray is good.
Adriano Galliani commented after Milan’s draw with Lazio at seeing the ‘right signs of fight’ from the team.
Clarence Seedorf insisted Milan’s 1-1 draw at Lazio was “a positive step forward” and explained why he dropped Mario Balotelli.
Edy Reja felt Lazio “deserved better than a point” after their 1-1 draw with Milan and regretted their first half performance.
Both Lazio and Milan are in crisis and it showed with this 1-1 draw, as an Abdoulay Konko own goal was cancelled out by Tata Gonzalez.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti confirmed Mario Balotelli is on the bench only because of Clarence Seedorf’s decision.
Lazio and Milan are two teams on the verge of a nervous breakdown and go head-to-head this evening with Mario Balotelli dropped.
Lazio’s Curva Nord ultras have announced they will boycott games for the rest of the season in protest at President Claudio Lotito.
Ricky Kaka defended Clarence Seedorf, noting “it’s up to the players to turn this situation around” at Milan.
Clarence Seedorf insisted he wasn’t given an ultimatum, but reports continue to claim he’ll be sacked if Milan lose heavily to Lazio.
Lazio are without goalkeeper Federico Marchetti for tonight’s match with Milan, but Helder Postiga can make his debut.
Clarence Seedorf has named an initial squad of 26 players for his side’s match with Lazio at Stadio Olimipico tomorrow.
Milan’s Adel Taarabt says he hopes his loan spell at San Siro is just the start of a long adventure for him at the Rossoneri.
Lazio Coach Edy Reja has called on Biancoceleste fans to get behind the team against Milan tomorrow as they chase a place in the Europa League.
Clarence Seedorf says he has not been told he only has the next two games to turn around Milan’s fortune, as he reiterates his self-confidence.
Silvio Berlusconi has once more commented that he will remain active as Milan owner: “especially at a time like this when they need me.”
Clarence Seedorf has commented on his meeting with Adriano Galliani, backed his own potential as a Coach and called for a reaction from Milan’s players.
Keisuke Honda is speculated as set for a start for Milan against Lazio tomorrow evening, but Adel Taarabt will remain on the bench.